Joint Chambers Luncheon “Euro-zone debt crisis: Unsolved, ignored – but still there”

From a market point of view, the European sovereign debt crisis may have abated. But Dr. Jörg Krämer, Chief Economist of Commerzbank, does not believe that the root cause of the crisis has been solved. Instead, the crisis is drifting from the peripheral to the core countries of the Euro-zone. This may also affect Germany which is heading for national elections. In contrast to the US, the economic pain in the Euro-zone will decline exceedingly slow. Dr. Krämer will also give his perspective on the Asian economies and explain Commerzbank’s outlook for bond yields and currencies.

ABOUT THE SPEAKERS

Dr. Jörg Krämer, Chief Economist of Commerzbank

Dr. Jörg Krämer is member of the ECB Shadow Council. Prior to joining Commerzbank, he was Chief Economist of Bayerische Hypo- und Vereinsbank in Munich and Chief Economist of Invesco Asset Management Deutschland in Frankfurt. He began his career at the Kiel Institute for the World Economy, where he received his PhD from Prof. Dr. Horst Siebert, the former President of the institute.

Information about the event

When:Thursday, 12 September 2013 from 12:30 pm to 2 pm (12:15 pm Registration)
Where:The Ballroom, Conrad Hotel, Admiralty, Hong Kong.
Cost:

HK$ 590 - Member /HK$ 690 - Non-member (Lunch included)

Interested in participating:

Please confirm your attendance by email to info@ncchk.org.hk or fax to +852 3003 6506 no later than Monday, 9 September 2013.

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Unless otherwise notified, cancellations must be in writing three working days PRIOR to the event.
No shows will be charged.

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